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41. (1) The fee payable by a person who makes an application for the grant of a certificate of registration under regulation 4 of the Homoeopathic Regulations shall be the fee specified in the Table in Schedule 5 to these Regulations according to the type of application.
(2) The fee payable by a person who makes an application or set of applications to the licensing authority for regulatory assistance in connection with obtaining recognition in accordance with the procedure laid down in Articles 28 and 29(1) to (3) of the 2001 Directive of a single certificate of registration in another EEA State, shall be the fee specified in item 4 of the Table in Schedule 5 to these Regulations.
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